What is the nature of our universe? What is it made of? Look behind the scenes and open doors which otherwise remain closed!
From 13:30 until 17:00
Venue: CERN, European Organization for Nuclear Research
Address: 1, Esplanade des Particules, 1217 Meyrin (Geneva), Switzerland
Venue URL: https://home.cern/
Participation fee: 10 CHF
Organiser: Shannon Williams / firstname.lastname@example.org
*** All visitors must carry their identity card or passport, valid for entry into both France & Switzerland. ***
At the end of the Second World War, European science was no longer world-class, but a handful of visionary scientists imagined creating a European atomic physics laboratory. Founded in 1954, the CERN laboratory sits astride the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva. The work of CERN helps to uncover what the universe is made of and how it works.
CERN employs about 2500 people from nationalities all around the world, working in every area of the Organization, from physicists to computer scientists to chefs. It is run by 23 Member States, each of which has two official delegates to the CERN Council. The Simonites event will include a guided tour of the facilities and an apéro onsite after the event.
FEE: 10 CHF for tour and apéro.
REGISTRATION: Places are limited to 10 people on a first-come basis!
HOSTS: Marc Heggemann & Shannon Williams
Members of the Board – Events, Simonites – The Rochester-Bern Alumni Association
There are 10 people coming.
Look who's coming: Tobias Honolka, email@example.com, Jamie Townsend, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Urs Ruetz, ManuGraf, Marcel Führen, firstname.lastname@example.org, Basil Gähwiler
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